The C. William Stromberg Complex will provide quality academic and recreational opportunities to the Weber State University students, faculty, staff, and the Ogden community. We are committed to providing a safe, welcoming environment for all of our patrons and guests, and will strive to keep up with the ever-changing needs and technological advances to continue to provide services at the highest level.
The Stromberg Complex, a Moyes College of Education program, provides Weber State University with a wide range of recreational facilities. We manage Wildcat Arena, including the Weber Rocks Climbing Wall; the Swenson Building, including the pool and gym; pickleball courts; tennis courts and four outdoor playing fields.
Stromberg Complex Mission Statement
College of Education Mission Statement
The Moyes College of Education is committed to developing and maintaining healthy and responsible individuals, families, and schools in a global and diverse society through roles related to the preparation and support of practitioners and educators, service to campus and community, and the discovery and advancement of knowledge.
Stromberg Complex Core Values
We strive to provide an inclusive, accessible facility for everyone at WSU and in the Ogden area.
Our own self, at our very best, all of the time!
In addition to our duties as an academic facility, we are committed to providing an engaging atmosphere for our patrons and our employees.
Our roles within the Stromberg Complex drive us to be better today than we were yesterday.
As members of the Stromberg Complex, we practice servant leadership to ensure the highest levels of patron satisfaction.